‘Hot Take: Not everything AOC says is 100% accurate’: Elon Musk calls AOC a liar – after claiming he restricted her Twitter account – responds to Mark Ruffalo who told him he ‘stayed off Twitter’
- Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 33, has criticized Musk, 51, for selling people the idea that “freedom of speech” is actually $8/[month] Subscription plan
- Actor Mark Ruffalo, best known for his roles in ‘Spotlight’ and in the Marvel Avengers franchise, stepped in and said Musk was ‘destroying credibility’.
- The tech billionaire later followed up with his “hot trip” to Ruffalo on Saturday
- Musk, who is valued at $223 billion, on Tuesday proposed an $8 per month subscription fee for a blue check mark.
- The Tesla and SpaceX founder has caused uproar since he announced his $44 billion takeover of Twitter, which cut 3,700 employees on Friday.
Elon Musk publicly criticized Mark Ruffalo for criticizing his purchase of Twitter, telling the actor that it’s not all [Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] He says he’s 100 percent accurate “after an online spat with the progressive politician.
“Hot Take: Not everything AOC says is 100% accurate,” said successor Jack Dorsey in response to Ruffalo, who is best known for portraying the Hulk in Marvel ‘Avengers’ and his role in the Academy Award-winning film. spotlights,
The day before, on Saturday, the 54-year-old actor tweeted: “Elon. Please – for the love of decency – stay away from Twitter, hand the keys to someone who does this as an actual job, and keep running Tesla and SpaceX.
You are destroying your credibility. “It just isn’t a good look.”
On Saturday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk responded to Mark Ruffalo on Twitter, telling the actor not to believe “everything the AOC says”.
Musk, who is valued at $223 billion, has been criticized for his views on free speech and restructuring Twitter, including adding monthly payments for additional features.
Mark Ruffalo is best known for his role as the Hulk in the Marvel films ‘Avengers’ and for his inclusion in ‘Spotlight’
Musk, who was officially announced as the new owner of Twitter last week, has vowed to increase freedom of speech as he tries to resolve the social media platform’s “left bias.”
However, the SpaceX and Tesla founder also faced backlash from celebrities and politicians for charging users a monthly verification subscription as a way to increase Twitter’s revenue stream, including the AOC.
A Representative of the House of Representatives from New York tweeted on Wednesday: “Lmao in a billionaire is seriously trying to sell people on the idea that ‘Freedom of Speech’ is actually an $8 per month subscription plan.
Musk shared an emphatic response, a few hours later, saying, “Your feedback is appreciated, now pay $8.”
Earlier this week, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) called on Elon Musk, 51, to “sell it to people based on the idea that ‘freedom of speech’ is actually $8/[month] Subscription plan” Before the billionaire brutally responds: “Your feedback is appreciated, now pay $8”
On Thursday, the AOC claimed it was having issues on the Twitter app after its ongoing feud with the South African-born business mogul.
And she tweeted with a laughing emoji: “Also, my Twitter mentions/notifications aren’t working properly tonight, so I’ve been informed via text message that I’m under the skin of a certain billionaire.” “Just as a reminder that money won’t buy your way out of insecurity, folks.”
Musk, again, shared another tweet on Friday, saying, “Charge me all day, but it’s going to cost $8.”
On Thursday, the AOC claimed that its Twitter account had problems receiving notifications after its public feud with Musk on social media.
In response to his critics about an $8-per-month check-in monthly subscription plan, Musk said, “Put me down all day, but it’ll cost $8.”
Later in the day, 3,700 Twitter employees were laid off in an overhaul of the company’s employees, raising dire concerns about the chaos surrounding the social media platform and its ability to fight misinformation just days before the US midterm elections.
The speed and scale of the cuts also opened Musk and Twitter to lawsuits. At least one lawsuit has been filed alleging that Twitter violated federal law by failing to provide fired employees with the required notice.
Musk tweeted late Friday that there was no choice but to cut jobs “when the company is losing more than $4 million a day.”
He did not provide details of the company’s daily losses and said employees who lost their jobs were offered three months’ wages as compensation for severance.
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